Growing up we all learned what an Orbit is. It is an imaginary path taken by a celestial object to revolve around another celestial object of higher mass. This occurs due to the universal principle of gravity as all objects in the universe are attracted to one another by a never-ending force. Naturally, our earth also follows a certain orbit. The closer the planet is to the sun the faster it needs to travel in order to maintain its orbit. The earth moves at 29.8 kilometre per second while Mercury moves at 47.4km/s and Neptune at 5.4km/s. And also for the time taken for the earth to complete one orbital rotation, Mercury has already completed 4 complete rotations while Neptune has only reached 0.6% of its total distance.

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